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Iraq: Dramatic Images of Shia Preparing to Fight
In Iraq, ISIS released a new video of an Iraqi soldier being assassinated. How are Iraq's Shia responding to their country's latest defeats and militant provocations? WSJ's Jason Bellini has #TheShortAnswer.
Islamic State Claims Killing of Journalist James Foley
Islamic State militants released a video Tuesday purporting to show the beheading of American journalist James Foley in an act of retribution for U.S. airstrikes on the group in Iraq, raising new dangers for President Obama's Middle East policy. WSJ’s Tamer El-Ghobashy has the latest on the News Hub with Simon Constable. Photo: Militant Video
Steve Ballmer Steps Down From Microsoft Board
Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer, newly installed as owner of the Los Angeles Clippers basketball team, is stepping down from the company's board after 14 years. WSJ's Shira Ovide reports on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Iraq's Maliki Steps Down and More
Is Iraq's new prime minister the key to limiting the U.S.'s military role? Also, July producer prices will offer Wall Street important guidance on wholesale inflation. Simon Constable gets all the details on the News Hub. Photo: Getty
How Should Police Handle Protestors in Ferguson?
Frustration is building among protestors in Ferguson, Mo., over tactics the police are using to calm citizens. John Jay College of Criminal Justice professor Robert McCrie discusses police tactics on the News Hub with Sara Murray.
Can Lenovo Beat Apple and Samsung with Motorola?
Lenovo’s smartphone market share jumped in the second quarter as it sold more handsets in emerging markets. The Wall Street Journal’s Yun-Hee Kim speaks to IDC Analyst Bryan Ma about whether it can take on Apple and Samsung.
Elite Athletes Hold Their Breath for Competitive Edge
Seeking a competitive edge, some Olympic athletes are learning to hold their breath for more than five minutes.
U.S. Considers Plans to Rescue Yazidis and More
The U.S. Is considering a military mission to rescue Yazidi refugees in Iraq. Also, fears of ISIS spreading in Syria. Plus, July retail sales data. Photo: Getty
Atlantic City’s Revel Casino to Close, and More
What’s News: Revel Casino in Atlantic City will close its doors in September. Spanish priest infected with ebola has died. Sale of Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer has closed. AMC teases “Breaking Bad” prequel “Better Call Saul.” Joanne Po reports. Photo: Getty Images
Fans, Entertainment World Mourn the Loss of Robin Williams
A look at the influence and versatility of the career of Robin Williams, who died on Monday at age 63. WSJ entertainment reporter John Jurgensen joins the News Hub to discuss. Photo: Getty